Experienced forward Dirk Kuyt is eager to mark his return to Feyenoord with silverware.
Either Argentina or Chile will end their wait international honours this weekend when they contest the Copa America final in Santiago.
Wallace will spend another season at Monaco after extending his loan from Braga.
New Milan coach Sinisa Mihajlovic says he wants opposing teams to fear Milan again following their struggles in recent times.
Former Anfield favourite Bruce Grobbelaar has urged Simon Mignolet to become a goalkeeper of "Liverpool stature".
Former France international Nicolas Anelka has been handed the reins at Indian Super League side Mumbai City.
A parrot has tipped Japan to defend their Women's World Cup title on Sunday.
Slaven Bilic's West Ham reign began with a UEFA Europa League victory, and a tongue-lashing from his opposite number.
Diafra Sakho said he was pleased to start well in his quest for 20 goals this season, in West Ham's UEFA Europa League win.
Ricardo Gareca has challenged Peru to build on their showing at the 2015 Copa America and qualify for Russia 2018.
Argentina are favourites to lift the Copa America, according to Paraguay's Ramon Diaz.
In a busy day of transfer news in Ligue 1, Marseille and Monaco both made some big announcements.
Minnows Juvenes/Dogana shipped nine goals as Brondby were the runaway success story of the UEFA Europa League qualifying first round.
A Diafra Sakho double and a second-half effort from captain James Tomkins gave West Ham a 3-0 UEFA Europa League triumph over Lusitans.
Greece international defender Jose Holebas has joined Premier League newcomers Watford on a three-year deal from Serie A runners-up Roma.
Luiz Adriano will join Milan for the start of the new season after the Serie A club reached an agreement with Shakhtar.
Key men Derlis Gonzalez and Roque Santa Cruz will be missing for Paraguay in the Copa America third-place play-off against Peru.
Ligue 1 club Bastia have criticised reports saying they have debts of up to €10million.
Javier Hernandez is recovering from surgery after breaking his collarbone on international duty with Mexico.
Stoke City have persuaded Peter Odemwingie to sign a new one-year contract, with the option of a further 12 months.